After many years of prototypes, Dale invented the ami Computer Keyboard, an adaptive computer keyboard that plugged into the Commodore 64, the Apple IIe, and the early IBM PC.
The songs for kids that are included in the app were performed by Dale Hubert, (guess which one he is in the picture above!) and some are original compositions. This photo was taken long before Dale became a teacher, when he lived for a year singing in the streets of Europe with two excellent friends from Yorkshire.
Say Some More AAC was created by Dale Hubert, M. Ed. Dale is the creator of the world-famous Flat Stanley Project, www.flatstanleyproject.com, and the recipient of the Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence. Check out Dale's other app, Core Learning Basics, the programmable teaching and testing approach.
Dale was an elementary and special education teacher with 31 years in the classroom. At the beginning of his career, Dale was frustrated when his students with special needs were unable to access the computer, so he decided to invent a solution.
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Now, all these years later, the same underlying principles from the ami Computer Keyboard have been applied to the Say Some More iPad app.
The iPad app that literally gives a voice to those who can't speak for themselves.
"I am a recently retired special education teacher, and I know that most negative behaviour is driven by frustration and I've seen how difficult it can be for people with special needs to communicate. That's why I have developed an iPad app that literally gives a voice to those who can't speak for themselves."